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Andhra Pradesh
Naidu pulls up two Ministers for `laxity'
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 14. The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and Telugu Desam Party president, N. Chandrababu Naidu, now in Italy, today expressed unhappiness over the `inactive role' of two Ministers from Medak district — C. Muthyam Reddy and P. ...
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  • Krishna delta panel steps up stir
  • First POTA case against woman naxal
  • Police recover rice bags looted by naxals
  • Fake certificate racket busted; six students held
  • Many farmers plump for sunflower crop
  • ONGC meet on crisis management ends
  • Diversion of water from Koyna to State suggested
  • UGC links funding to performance
  • MP flays parties on women quota bill
  • Overwhelming response to `Pranadana' scheme


    Andhra Pradesh-Hyderabad
    Naidu's trip to Italy, Israel ill-timed: CPI(M)
    HYDERABAD, SEPT. 14. The CPI (M) has criticised the foreign tour of the Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu, at this juncture and said he can ill-afford to leave the State for a week when the farmers of Krishna delta are facing a crisis due to ...
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  • Transco to step up drawal from outside
  • Stamp vendors' plea to Govt.
  • Centre to build 45 lakh houses by 2004-2005-end: Dattatreya
  • TRS for Krishna river valley authority
  • TRS takes exception to remarks of ex-MP
  • CM for body to coordinate Rythu Bazars' activities
  • Tributes to Burgula
  • `BC Sena' formed


    Karnataka
    CCTV to help check crime aboard trains
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 14. To check illegal activities, the State Railway Police have installed closed circuit television (CCTV) in some important trains. Soon, the CCTV will be installed in all other trains running in the State, the Deputy ...
    BJP twisted my statement: Deve Gowda
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 14. The former Prime Minister and Janata Dal (S) leader, H.D. Deve Gowda, on Sunday accused the BJP State unit of having twisted his recent statement on cow slaughter to give an impression that he had said that Lingayats and ...
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  • `Counselling will help farmers in distress'
  • Governor to inaugurate seminar on HK region
  • Waiver of farm loans an eyewash: Siddaramaiah
  • A major step that will strengthen panchayats
  • Govt. urged to focus on farmers' problems
  • Maize procurement to begin in Shimoga
  • JD(S) intensifies agitation against Labour Minister
  • Call to integrate Lambanis with the mainstream
  • Move to name tank after Minister opposed
  • Hassan farmer ends life
  • Gulbarga advocates to continue court boycott
  • Dharam warns contractors
  • Parameshwar criticises Opposition
  • Suicide cases exaggerated: Minister


    Karnataka-Bangalore
    Gorur Award presented to D. Javare Gowda
    BANGALORE, SEPT. 14. The Gorur Award was presented to the renowned author, translator and former Vice-Chancellor of Mysore University, D. Javare Gowda, here on Sunday for his contribution to Kannada literature. The Gorur Foundation has ...
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  • Need for improving trade with CIS stressed
  • CM urges engineers not to make compromises
  • `No proposal to ban FTV'


    Kerala
    Marad meet sends a political message
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 14.When top leaders of the Congress and the CPI(M) shared the stage at the convention on rehabilitation of Marad refugees in Kozhikode on Sunday, it had much more than ceremonial importance. It was one of those rare ...
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  • Abducted DYFI activist found dead in Kochi
  • Marad meet cautions Govt. against yet another failure
  • `Liberalisation should benefit the poor'
  • Safeguard traditional wisdom: NFPC
  • Poor quality milk flooded markets during Onam
  • Rs. 20.48-lakh loss for KSRTC depot
  • Banks siphoning off NoRK deposits to other States: VS


    Kerala-Thiruvananthapuram
    TV channels strike gold during Onam
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 14.Whose Onam was it anyway? Now that the festival is really over and one has to trudge back to office and diverse other workplaces on Monday morning, one might as well raise the question. The answer is not far to ...
    Working of consumer forum thrown out of gear
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 14. Consumers approaching the Thiruvananthapuram District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum to redress various complaints are being left in the lurch as the normal functioning of the Forum has been thrown out of gear ...
    Parallel services thrive in capital city
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 14.Scores of parallel minibuses, tempos and trekkers continue to operate illegally in the city and suburbs flouting traffic rules, indulging in permit violation and causing a big dent in the cash-strapped KSRTC's revenue ...
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  • Church council objects to Cabinet decision
  • Situation favours LDF in by-poll: CPI
  • KRL study supports use of plastic waste for road-laying
  • BJP not opposed to rehabilitation, says Rajagopal
  • Award for train crew


    Tamil Nadu
    Convene CRA immediately, CM urges PM
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 14. The Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, has urged the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, to convene a meeting of the Cauvery River Authority forthwith to decide on release of water to Tamil Nadu by Karnataka for delta ...
    Microfinance project to prevent debt trap
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 14. As part of an effort to strike at the root of bonded labour in the State, an International Labour Organisation-funded project will provide families facing debt trap greater access to microfinance. A pilot project, costing Rs. ...
    Ban on animal sacrifice has divided communities: survey
    TIRUNELVELI, SEPT. 14.The ban on animal sacrifice in temples has removed one of the few remaining rituals which brings Dalits and the upper castes together in southern districts, according to a survey. Though the Dalits were barred from ...
    No need to surrender Indane equipment for city-to-city transfer
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 14. Households using Indane cooking gas need no longer surrender the LPG regulator and cylinders to their existing distributor when they shift base from one city to another within the State. This follows a recent directive of ...
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  • 3rd phase of counselling for medical admission
  • UGC plans integrated PG science programme
  • Govt. committed to supporting indigent artistes: Semmalai
  • Arittapatti inscription throws light on Jainism
  • SHRC steps likely to prevent corporal punishment in schools
  • Pension scheme for transport staff in crisis
  • Extend CAS to other parts of TN: Guild
  • Junior PG assistants to be posted on consolidated pay
  • Rival Cong. groups clash at Madurai meeting
  • Man held for raping 8-year-old girl
  • Campaign against animal sacrifice, withdraw ban: PMK


    Tamil Nadu-Chennai
    Door-to-door garbage collection extended to more zones
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 14. The Chennai Corporation has extended its project to collect household garbage at the doorstep of residents to more zones. So far the Corporation says it has covered 60 per cent of city's residential areas. Of the seven lakh ...
    Meet to improve city green cover
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 14. Members of the Exnora Green Protection Council (EGPC), a unit of the Exnora International, met on Friday to chalk out plans to extend support to the newly-formed Urban Forestry Wing of the Chennai Corporation, to improve the ...
    `Focus must be on research and development of better drugs'
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 14. General practitioners should be kept informed of new developments in the medical field, as diabetics go to them first for treatment, said B.Subhashan Reddy, Chief Justice, Madras High Court, today, inaugurating the Gold Medal ...


    Pondicherry
    `Vajpayee-led Govt. enhanced country's image'
    PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 14. The Union Minister of State for Road and Highways, Pon. Radhakrishnan has said that the image and status of the country have enhanced owing to the progressive steps taken by the Prime Minister, A. B. Vajpayee. Addressing ...
    2 held for murder
    PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 14. A special crime team of the Pondicherry police has arrested two persons, B. Prabhu alias Arumugham and B. Kannan, in connection with the alleged murder of one D. Murugan. The Odiansalai police station received a complaint ...



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